20 October 2006
A REGENCE GILTWOOD MIRROR
The divided bevelled arched rectangular plate flanked by pilaster borders with C-scroll motifs and lappeted frames, surmounted by a cresting with C-scroll mirrored bands with flower-heads and flaming urns to the sides, centered to the top by a lady's mask, the lower edge of the mirror with a mirrored band with flower-head filled frame and a lady's mask apron with foliate trails flanked by foliate feet, decoration refreshed, the plates later
71 in. (181 cm.) high, 42 in. (107 cm.) wide
Jack Dick, Dunnellen Hall, Greenwich, Connecticut, sold Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 16 - 19 September 1975, lot 316.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Groves, sold Christie's, New York, 16 November 1988, lot 87.
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